Tamworth is renowned as the country music capital of Australia and the place will be rocking this month, no more so than during a fantastic raceday planned for Friday.
He’s Our Rokkii is already a Group One winner at Caulfield and will be given the chance to add another two early in his upcoming campaign.
John Moloney is still to enjoy his first group 1 success, but after Saturday’s thrilling Magic Millions Guineas win with $101 bolter Flying Jess, the Caulfield trainer suspects the wait may soon be over.
Raiment was unlucky last start at Canterbury but she righted that wrong with a gutsy win at Randwick, and now The Championships are on the radar for the Godolphin-trained filly.
Sydney apprentice Deanne Panya has joined an elite group with her win on Testashadow in the Magic Millions Cup.
Topweight O’Reilly’s Revenge will give Kembla Grange trainer Paul Murray a moment to savour if he can post back-to-back victories in Monday’s $40,000 North Ryde RSL Community Club Showcase Moruya Cup (1660m).
A last-minute decision to stick to tried-and-true tactics with Houtzen has paid off big-time with the free-wheeling filly a brilliant winner of the $2 million Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic at the Gold Coast.
Winning Rupert lost his aura of invincibility when he was beaten out of the placings in Saturday’s Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast won by $101 outsider Flying Jess.
Trainer Steven Burridge could be happier with Lim’s Racer’s condition as the former top two-year-old filly makes her racing comeback in the $60,000 RDA Cup 2017 (1200m) this Sunday, but still expects her to run well first-up.
Australia’s champion racehorse Winx won’t be having a soft return to public life when she trials at Rosehill next Tuesday with her trainer Chris Waller lining her up against several of his star imports.
Kurt Goldman is a great believer in confidence with horses and won’t be surprised to see his star filly Eckstein cause an upset in the Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Warwick Farm trainer Bjorn Baker is giving his colt Goodfella a good chance of knocking off the favourites in the $2m Jeep Magic Millions 2yo Classic (1200m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Robert and Luke Price are still looking for their first winner at their new home and believe Princess Kashema could get the job done at Kembla Grange on Saturday.